ACS-Personal Medical Report
by: Advanced Card Systems Ltd. • 2
The ACS-Personal Medical Report Demo application allows patients to view their personal information, medical condition, and the prescribed medication which are securely stored in the Patient Card using the ACOS3. The data can be accessed once the cardholder’s identify is verified using his/her PIN which is saved in the Patient Card.
1. You need to have been issued a patient card using the ACS-Medical Practitioner Demo to use this application. You also need an ACR38 PocketMate and ACOS3 card to use this demo application.
Disclaimer: The terms used in this demo are commonly used medical terms. Advanced Card Systems Ltd. (ACS) does not guarantee that this demo accurately reflects the correct usage of such terms in the medical field.
The main objective of this demo application is to showcase the viability of utilizing smart cards together with tablet PC as an effective tool for an EHR system. This demo application is designed to simulate a small scale implementation of an EHR system which can be used in private clinics and health care centers, where medical information will be directly recorded by the attending physician or doctor.
We can see that Smart Card and Tablet PC technologies present an opportunity to further improve the quality of e-Healthcare systems by providing an efficient and secure information management environment where sensitive medical data can be accessed, edited, and stored.
With the use of an Electronic Health Record (EHR) Management System, patients and doctors can conveniently and securely access medical records such as allergies, past medications, surgeries, and other health information.
The ACS e-Health Record Management Demo application comprises of two separate applications, both of which need to be installed in your tablet PC. The two applications are:
1. ACS-Medical Practitioner Demo
2. ACS-Personal Medical Report Demo
The ACS Personal Medical Report is am application from Advanced Card Systems (ACS) Ltd. that enables users to view their medical history.
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